Rob Maruster, chief operating officer of JetBlue, has resigned. The airline has not disclosed the reasons why. His duties will be taken over by president, Robin Hayes. Maruster, 43, joined JetBlue in 2005 as vice president of operational planning. He became chief operating officer in 2009.

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